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by your toyota dealer and you'll find quality cars and trucks. back to you, marty and don. >>> all right, ronster, we're compensating this morning. >>> we're at copen state and music, food and a major art auction is happening here at coppen stake for the benefit of those seeking a career in nursing. >> reporter: on the campus, they're buzzing about the annual art auction and reception that will raise money for the students who want to attend the school of nursing. >> so, this is one of the major fundraisers to build scholarships to become nurses and health specialists. >> the school's going through a lot of changes and growths. >> reporter: he'll bring the care givers. >> i feel like it documents our history and documents the efforts of the school nursing. i thought that was important. and he'll be here with his paints of billy holiday. >> here we are creating art work for a purpose, you know, other than just raising funds for our own fates, but to help others. >> reporter: this is maryland's number one school in graduating nurses. >> many of the nurses are first generation college stude
to be in a red toyota camry. they may have a skip with one of the shop owners guns. >> a big drug company is accused of unethical practices and it will cost them big. >> what will northrop grumman's move to virginia mean for that area? >> there are all kinds of weather changes this week. there will be frost tonight. i will tell you about the >> the drug company astrazeneca has agreed to pay $25 million for bad practices. the attorney general says they billed medicare and medicaid billions of dollars. they denied the allegations. they say that they agreed to the settlement so that they could just move on. some senators want to reconsider -- want facebook to reconsider some of their privacy policies. changes were announced last week that would make a third party folks to access information. >> for made $2 billion in the first quarter this year. last year, they had lost $1 billion by this time. >> he spent 20 years in an american prison. now man well noriega is facing more jail time. -- now manuel noriega's facing more jail time. today, he arrived in paris to face a judge with the risk -- wi
to the loss suffered in the same period a year ago. one reason the trbs forced by toyota. but we asked chris bury to find out if the ads saying ford is the top in safety and reliability are true? >> ford has come roaring back, its profits surging after convincing consumers that fords are better than foreign cars. >> i love the idea that this is an american-made car. it gave people in my country jobs. >> so how did ford change its car and its business? ironically, ceo alan mulally used toyota as his model as he turned ford around. >> every vehicle would be best in class in terms of quality, fuel efish aenls, safety, smart design, and best value. >> to get there, ford went back to the drawing board, designing sturdier, safer cars. it added more testing to the assembly line and marketing the changes relentlessly. >> look at you talking me into a ford. >> they have gone head to head with the imports on quality, which is something they avoided years ago. >> consumer reports now finds 90% of fords better or average in reliability. in crash tests, they now share top safety ratings. american consume
, phil, i can't but imagine that toyota's troubles have to factor into this. toyota's loss is ford's gain? >> absolutely. i think there's no doubt that the problems with toyota at least brought people into ford show rooms to look at vehicles. the research has shown for all the american automakers, once you get people into the show room, you've got a good chance of closing the sale. >> phil lebeau, thank you so much. >>> off the coast of louisiana, that massive oil spill may reach land by saturday and crews are working around the clock to stop that. nbc's ron mott is in new orleans this morning. ron, what are they doing to try to stem the tide of this massive oil spill? >> reporter: hey there good morning. you can see the agitated lake pontchartrain behind me. officials off the gulf trying to scoop up all that oil have their work cut out for them today. probably are dealing with six to seven-foot swells down there. they're trying to shut off a valve on the seafloor, 5,000 feet below the surface of the water. they're using remote-controlled submersibles. they can't get the valve shut off, w
conditions returned to normal. toyota lost $4.1 billion this year. the u.s. car maker says it was profitable in its key north american market, but it also made money in asia, latin america, and europe. ford's sales were up 37% on the quarter. benjamin netanyahu will renew peace talks with the palestinians. in a speech to his supporters, he said he had heard that the palestinian leader intended to resume indirect negotiations. >> not to our next story. shares on the stock exchange have suffered their greatest folly in months. the greek debt crisis is being blamed for the drop. stocks in the u.s. also failed after the greek bonds were downgraded to junk status by a leading credit rating agency. there are doubts that greece will pay off its debt, despite international lines. portugal's debt has also been downgraded. here is our correspondent. >> when we hear the we"junk," this is what -- and hear the word "junk," this is the kind of thing we think of. stuff that can be sold for a bob or two. but there is also jumped in at the blinking world of financial markets. and the bonds of other governmen
. they were last seen getting in a red toyota camry near metropolitan avenue and st. paul street. a witness said one of the men had blood on his jacket. they faced off against the clerk earlier today and when they came in to the shop, they were armed with a bb gun but they didn't know that the shopkeeper was armed with two guns. >> the man who owns this store has been selling jewelry and antiques for over 30 years. in that time span, his brother says the shop has been robbed more than once. so, under the counter his brother keeps a derringer and .32 caliber revolver. when the two men entered the store around 2:00 p.m., the shopkeeper called his wife. the men made her nervous. suddenly the men announced a robbery and started beating the shopkeeper with a bb gun. we talked to his brother after the shooting. >> he has got a gun. >> reporter: would it have been like him to go after the guys and shoot them. >> apparently he chased them. but he's not fit to runny more, all right. he has so many stroke, pacemaker, you name it, he has got it. >> he's a feasty old guy. he is armed. he's jewelry shop
at toyota? >> well, we have been getting new customers from the japanese -- our japanese competitors as well as domestic competitors but again, i would go back to the strength of the product line because as you know when it comes to customer satisfaction and quality and all the third-party endorsements, j.d. power and consumer reports, many believe we have the finest car lineup of small, medium and large cars, utility trucks ever. it's the strength of the products. >> reporter: you're talking about production in the second quarter being up about 40%. are you looking to bring people back to your plants, start hiring again? >> absolutely. one of the neatest things we're all very excited about is that clearly now with the industry coming back and us coming back even faster because of the increasing market share that we're going to have a chance to increase production as we mentioned in the second quarter that we're going to do and now we're going to have a chance to offer great cars and careers at ford again. >> reporter: i was listening to your call this morning with analysts and you talked ab
is fairly limited. the two suspects that went into the store and a third person who was driving a toyota camry or who they're looking for. they would like to hear from you. one of them may be armed. they believe that the shop owner had two firearms. they have only recovered one of them. the manhunt continues. >> we have more breaking news coming in as well. a delta airlines flight from paris was forced to land because of an unruly passenger. it was on its way to a plan that, but made an unscheduled stop in benzor. the man was sick enough of the airplane. he is now being interviewed by police. all the people on board are safe. there is still more breaking news. the newschopper 7 yes over a crash. police said that as many as 10 people have been injured. investors have shut down roads in that area while they clear the scene appeared trucks one -- clear the scene. >> teenagers were camping on saturday. the victims told police that the three victims were camping nearby. -- the three suspects were camping nearby. they face assault and battery charges. they celebrated when they learned they wer
in a red toyota camry. one had blood on his jacket. >> reporter: a little while ago we spoke to the older brother of the shopkeeper. he told us when the men walked into the store, he was immediately suspicious and picked up the phone and called his wife. >> i said they shot my brother. and she told me that she was on the phone with him. she was on the phone with him. and he told her to stay on the phone. and the last thing i know, my brother told her he was shot. >> reporter: montgomery county police don't believe the man was shot. they say he suffered a severe laceration by the men. one was armed with a bb gun. the brother says his brother has been a shopkeeper here for about 30 years. he has been robbed before and he wasn't going to take it if anybody came in. he was surprised that his brother fought back considering the health problems he had. we were told by the police that he was visibly upset and angry that these two men came in the store. he was standing on the sidewalk out here when they arrived upset. >> thank goodness he will be okay. >>> a gun bust at a house in the 11,000 bloc
the gentleman with blood on his jacket getting into a red toyota camry. >> reporter: telling us that the emergency room personnel at nearby hospitals should be on the lookout with a man with unexplainable gunshot wounds. and for folks in this area to take precaution as these folks are armed and dangerous. we'll be out here monitoring developments and reporting the very latest for you. i'm alex trevino, 9news now. >> thank you for that. >>> 9news now has learned that a moving train on the metro's orange line. somehow separated into two parts late yesterday with passengers on board. transit officials have yet to release details. but passengers, they are talking about their disturbing experience. bruce johnson has been working the story with what you'll only see here on nine. >> think about it, take your seat. within minutes after taking off, the train separates into two trains. one with an operator, the other without an operator. >> it's a scary thought. something you don't really think about. >> reporter: metro says there is a destruction at landover in both directions. from seve
thins, it can snowball and you can end up in a situation like you have with toyota where if someone doesn't speak up in a way that gets the ask and results, you willened up on the front page of the "wall street journal." >> i think it is probably idealistic to assume that teaching ethics will eradicate the world of improper people. we are going it see enough people that are doing positive things that are going to end up not making these big events disappear but put them in the proper context. >> reporter: he says he hopes the continued teaching the ethics will help to curb if not prevent future scandals. >>> a new study published in week in the archives of internal medicine found people would feel depressed eat about 55% more chocolate than their nondepressed peers. researchers say the evidence supports the popular cliche that people pick up chocolate when people need a pick-me-up. >>> weddings can go a lot of different ways. >> pulling it off takes a lot of planning. holly is live in alexandria showing us a place that lets couples knock out a lot of their i do to-do lists all in on
reforms in the derivatives market. she joins us from capitol hill. senator, let's get right toyota. is there an old boys network in washington, specifically when it comes to complicated issues like finance? >> i think there's an important issue here and that is that senator lincoln put out a good bill to regulate derivatives. we know republicans led the charge to deregulate this market in 2000. over the last five or six years, every attempt to regulate derivatives has been opposed by the majority of republicans. this is about senator lincoln getting a good bill out and now combining it with the bill that the chairman of the banking committee has so we can really get about protecting main street and protecting our consumers. >> yet it seems as if the treasury secretary didn't want to take the time to meet with her on this. >> i think it's important people understand even though you have two different jurisdictions, it's the agriculture committee. there's many farmers in america who have historically had the edge. they want to go to the market to get capital and make sure it's not go
, production for toyota soared. toyota cars and trucks have been the subject of a u.s. government investigation and at least three major separate recalls in the past year. for business brief, i'm stan case. >>> coming up fighting fire house closures. how the firefighters union hopes to keep the doors open. >>> and more reports of violence inside of a west baltimore elementary school. i'm megan gilliland, what the teacher's union is expected to do today to protect your children. >> reporter: i'm joel d smith live at fells point where the governor will kickoff his re-election campaign [wind rustling] [sound of waves crashing] [upbeat whistling in background] discover all that northwest florida has to offer. seventeen hidden beaches, one revealing destination. fly southwest's new nonstops from bwi airport to panama city beach starting at $99 one-way. (ding) >>> 6:30 is the time. i'm patrice harris. another rainy start to the morning. will it continue? meteorologist steve fertig is here with the that answer. >>> just a chance for a spotty shower, but really we're going to see drier trend -- or tre
't take action it can snow ball and you can end up in a situation like you have with toyota where if someone doesn't speak up in a way that gets some action or results, you're going to end up on the front page of the wall street journal. >> i think it's probably idealistic to assume that teaching ethics in business school will eradicate the world of improper people but i'm optimistic coming out of this place is what we'll see is enough individuals doing positive things that will end up sadly not making these big events disappear, but i think put them in their proper context. >> reporter: so professor roberts hopes to continue the teaching of ethics will curb if not prevent future disasters in the world of business. jonathan seare, fox news. >>> an economic boost for virginia. northrup grumman is moving its headquarters to the commonwealth. the ceo is looking into two locations. one near dulles airport and the other in crystal city near the pentagon. they are currently employing 300 people at their corporate head quarters in los angeles. >>> and if you are looking for work, you can
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facing and it was nice to hear for once that gm wasn't being undercut by toyota or nissan, but in fact, their biggest challenge was ford. another american car company. >> i hear you on that. from the patriotic point of view, it's a fair point. but gmac owes $40 something billion to the federal government and never going to pay that back. that's the truth. who wants to hear that? can i say one quick thing on goldman sachs? >> yes. >> attorney general andrew cuomo, we're waiting as everyone from goldman is going to be parading in washington. we have called him 50 times. he has not given a statement. he has given zero statements about goldman sachs since the charges 11 days ago. he has given five statements about other things including this, queen's nurse accused of knocking patient out of wheelchair and stealing medication. >> how could the attorney general of the state of new york not offer one statement on the goldman sachs scandal? >> i don't know, he has made five statements on things from wheelchair cases to $100,000 dollars of restitution because of car dealer issues. my producer h
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